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Nestled between the Cape Fear River and the Atlantic Ocean, The Cape is one of the Cape Fear Region's most desirable addresses. Local favorites, Fort Fisher, Carolina Beach and Kure Beach, are minor minutes away with The Cape located just one-mile north of Snow's Cut Bridge. Wrightsville Beach is about twenty minutes away and Historic Downtown Wilmington a short 15-minute drive.
If waterways aren't your thing, The Cape is also home to the 7000-yard course of Masonboro Country Club. The Masonboro Country Club not only offers a challenging round of golf but has a Clubhouse with indoor and outdoor dining options and a fully stocked bar, a healthy social and activities calendar, and a Pro Shop staffed with PGA Professionals should you need a lesson or gear. It also has chipping and putting areas and a seven-acre driving range. They even have a Christmas 18-hole tournament.
The Cape boasts a lifestyle that most people only dream of their entire lives. Kissed with sea breezes, a warm climate, affordability and the Masonboro Country Club's stunning golf course views, the real estate in this neighborhood is definitely hard to beat. If you're looking for a brand new home or one a bit older, The Cape, a subdivision surrounding a golf course, has about 500 homes and is ripe with ownership opportunities.
With much of the development built in the 80s, The Cape features condos, patio homes and traditional homes adhering to the coastal, cottage or low country architectural styles. There are under one thousand residents, and The Cape is situated outside the city limits.
There are over seven miles of private roads within The Cape for walking, biking, running or romps with man's best friend. The Cape is accessed from Carolina Beach Road to The Cape Boulevard and is a semi-private community.